The Jonas Brothers Live Tour 2013 is nearing its end. After beginning in Chicago July 10, the 27-date tour will end tomorrow (Aug. 16) in Los Angeles. However, fans who did not get a change to hear the Jonas Brothers play old favorites and new "V" songs such as "First Time," "Neon" and "What Do I Mean To You?" may just have the chance this fall.
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In an interview with Ryan Seacrest this morning (Aug. 15) -- his 24th birthday -- middle brother Joe Jonas revealed that a fall tour might just be in the works. "It's kind of nice to go back on stage again after so long. You remember how tiring this all is and how you love seeing a bed at the end of the day, but we're excited," Joe said about his band's current tour before hinting at future plans. "I think we're going to try and do another tour, maybe in the fall. I don't want to spill the beans, but I think probably October, hopefully."
In the Seacrest interview, Joe also touched on the Jonases' upcoming soccer game, his popular Instagram account and plans for his brother Nick Jonas' 21st birthday on Sept. 16. Listen to the full interview below.
It's not sure what exactly the October tour dates indicate as far as promotion for the Jonas Brothers' new album "V." Though Kevin Jonas did tease that the record was due out in the fall, "V" has yet to receive an official, announced release date. However, it is likely that the fall tour will feature more new material from the pop-rock trio.
So far, little is known about "V" besides the record's title and a few select tracks. Singles "Pom Poms" and "First Time" are well known to fans by now, and new tracks "Neon," "Found," "What Do I Mean To You" and "The World" have all been performed on the Jonas Brothers Live Tour.
Despite the slow-coming "V" news, here is what we know so far: